Unlike conventional Java virtual machine (JVM), which compiles and loads Java files, Oracle JVM compiles and loads schema objects. The following kinds of Java schema objects are loaded:
To ensure that a class file can be run by Oracle JVM, you must use the
loadjava tool to create a Java class schema object from the class file or the source file and load it into a schema. To make a resource file accessible to Oracle JVM, you must use the
loadjava tool to create and load a Java resource schema object from the resource file.
dropjava tool deletes schema objects that correspond to Java files. You should always use the
dropjava tool to delete a Java schema object that was created with the
loadjava tool. Dropping schema objects using SQL data definition language (DDL) commands will not update auxiliary data maintained by the
loadjava tool and the